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How to deal with the sequelae of stroke by TCM?

How to deal with the sequelae of stroke by TCM?
How to deal with the sequelae of stroke by TCM?

 What are the sequelae of stroke?
        The sequelae of stroke include: hemiplegia, numbness of the body, or crooked moutu tongue, and even the patient can't speak or have language problems. In addition, more serious patients may also have symptoms of finger cramps and unfavorable flexion and extension.
        How to deal with the sequelae of stroke by TCM?
        The sequelae of stroke are usually treated with acupuncture, herbs, and massage in traditional Chinese medicine.
        Acupuncture usually uses scalp needles, body needles in the body, and acupuncture points on the limbs.
        Oral herbs are mainly based on nourishing deficiency to yin, kidney yin, and nourish liver yin. In addition, some hers for promoting blood circulation and removing blood stasis, such as Huangqi, peach kernel, safflower, and Dilong, will be taken about five times a week.
        Massage can help muscle recovery, and it can be tailored to the patient's physical condition. Rehabilitation therapy is generally used in more serious conditions.

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